Live at The Crane School of Music

by josie & THE NEVERENDING SADNESS

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11/13/2013

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released November 19, 2013

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josie & THE NEVERENDING SADNESS Potsdam, New York

Liam Kingsley - Banjo, Vocals
Devyn Halter - Mandolin, Singing Saw, Melodica, etc.
Mike Bruns - Guitar, Vocals
Israel Payero-Cabral - Upright Bass
Sam Lasky - Percussion
Bobby Rosato - Trumpet, etc.
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Track Name: Today is Alex's Birthday (Live)
I'm on some highway headed north of Church Street
I called some friends and they're gonna meet me somewhere
I took some pills and they're supposed to fix me
but I called the doctor and she said, "Oh please forgive me."

But I'll remember your name

There's furniture and wheelchairs and broken down cars
and I can't help this feeling that things are getting hard around here
My father dies inside the marrow of my shoulders
I called my brother, I guess it's getting colder

Rearview mirror looking backwards on my way home
I left my wallet, my backpack, my keys, and my phone
I'm in some stranger's car, he says his name is Ray
I ask him where we're going, he says he doesn't really know the way

But I'll remember your name

There's furniture and wheelchairs and broken down cars
and I can't help this feeling that things are getting hard around here
My father dies inside the marrow of my shoulders
I called my brother, I guess it's getting colder

But I'll remember your name
Track Name: Squid Understanding (Live)
You're a drive-by shooting in a quiet place
You're a loved pet in a shallow grave
There were children playing in busy streets
but you insisted on following me

I am my sister drying out on the lawn
I am the palms of my father burned raw
I am the stones that all my grandfathers gave
but you are my mother's voice calling my name

I bury boxsprings in the back of the yard
I sleep in tunnels when the floors are too hard
I left my favorite jacket on your bedroom floor
and you couldn't help but to tear through the drawers

You dream in day-glo in the rear of the car
You climb trees just to stare at the stars
You stood in silence as it started to rain
but I still remember the taste of your name

Have I told you how it sounded
when my father used to to say,

"Don't be afraid."